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Krondor the Betrayal, Book One of the Riftwar Legacy
September 08, 2021Comments.. 398
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  • Title: Krondor the Betrayal, Book One of the Riftwar Legacy
  • Author: Raymond E. Feist
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Ebook

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  1. Irinasays:

    I liked the book until the point where Feist was getting rid of the characters only to make the story fit into the world already set in Serpentwar saga But the insight in the dhel and the struggles of yet young Squire James are as interesting as I wished them to be.

  2. Kimberagamesays:

    Feist s books went so downhill after the Riftwar Saga I loved Magician and the Riftwar so much, I was determined to read everything he wrote about this world Next in line was the Empire Trilogy, with Janny Wurts, which was absolutely amazing I now attribute every bit of that awesomeness to Wurts I couldn t wait to get back to Midkemia after the Empire Trilogy, but I ve been nothing but disappointed with everything since The plot holes, the terrible writing, the boring stories, the horrendous edi [...]

  3. Swagsays:

    Krondor the Betrayal is probably Feist s worst book It has all the issues common to his books, including misspelled names of people or places from previous books wrong words, repeated conversations with different results, etc He clearly doesn t have his books edited before publication with the exception of the final book, Magician s End, which was very tightly written , but it s become clear that nobody familiar with the series including the author even bothers to read through it once it s done [...]

  4. Mishka Zakharinsays:

    Very disappointing I should have read the reviews before buying based on a video game I never would have bothered but it was Raymond Feist, it was Midkemia, what could go wrong I loved the first 13 books The original Rift War quadrilogy, the trilogy of Mistress of the Empire , the Krondor s sons duology, and the Serpent War saga And personally, I think Feist s greatest is his completely unrelated novel, Faerie Tale But Krondor the Betrayal has a primitive feel to it It seems amateurishly contr [...]

  5. Josh B.says:

    This is a review of the Kindle eBook version I m familiar with the classic DOS Windows era game that is based on this book But it wasn t until I got this trilogy on Kindle that I truly got sucked into another world, another timeThe story begins with a brief flurry of action, then slows into almost a mystery with lots of names and places to follow , before the main action begins unfolding Once the author got rolling, I was hooked If you re into this genre of story, you should enjoy this book and [...]

  6. Charles Morehousesays:

    This novel takes one major thread from a computer game with many subplots and tries to make a single narrative of it This seems very difficult to me This final result is an OK novel, which says positive things to me about the author A good novel would have focus on a primary character s viewpoint and fleshed out background The faults seem primarily a consequence of the choice to turn a game into a novel, rather than on any weakness of the author.Readers who have played the game to the end won [...]

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